Check out Denver Horror Collective at StokerCon in Denver from May 12-15Continue reading
Denver Horror Collective will be representing the Mile High City at Horror Writers Association’s annual StokerCon from Thursday, May 12 – Sunday, May 15 at the Curtis Hotel in Denver.
-Interview by Desi D
DHC member Michael Picco has published over two-dozen short stories; produced two award-winning collections; and has received numerous accolades for his brand of literary horror which “explores the dark and disturbing recesses of what is possible.”
Pick up his latest collection, CORPSE HONEY: A BANQUET OF GRUESOME TALES on Amazon.
Bookworm of the Damned really enjoyed THE JEWISH BOOK OF HORROR, and singled out DHC member Michael Picco’s story, “The Horse Leech Has Two Maws,” as his favorite.
Want a copy of THE JEWISH BOOK OF HORROR but don’t want to support Amazon? Get the e-book for only $7.99 (regular price $9.99) at Godless.com today!
Denver Horror Collective has been ruthlessly spreading the horror since 2017. With over fifty members, not only has DHC become the most dangerous collection of dark scribes in Denver and across Colorado, but throughout the entire Rocky Mountain Region.
Yet during our last Steering Committee meeting, in the midst of all the strife in the world today, we asked ourselves: What the heck are we doing?
Our response to creeping darkness is to pile on MORE of the shadow? Our reflex when we see pain and suffering is to get people to imagine the WORST possible outcomes? What kind of people are we, truly, if this negativity is our contribution to society, to the future of humankind?
So we slept on it, reconvened the next day, and made an unanimous decision: Denver Horror Collective is no more.Continue reading
Check out Denver Horror Collective steering committee member, Joy Yehle’s, interview in VoyageDenver spilling her guts about writing horror, DHC, and her deepest, darkest secrets!
-Interview by Desi D
Coming up with an idea. Banging out the first draft. Feedback and critiques. Polishing that second, third, or more drafts. Submitting the manuscript. Rejection. Rejection. Rejection. Despair. Publication!
At long last, your hard work has paid off and you can sit back and reap the well-earned rewards…right? RIGHT?!
Perhaps the most frustrating part of being a horror author isn’t any of the above but getting sales for your book.Continue reading